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Stream ecology : structure and function of running waters

Author: J David Allan
Publisher: London ; New York : Chapman & Hall, 1995
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Running waters are enormously diverse, ranging from torrential mountain brooks, to large lowland rivers, to great river systems whose basins occupy subcontinents. While this diversity makes river ecosystems seem overwhelmingly complex, a central theme of this volume is that the processes acting in running waters are general, although the settings are often unique. The past two decades have seen major advances in our
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Allan, J. David.
Stream ecology.
London ; New York : Chapman & Hall, 1995 (1996 printing)
(OCoLC)756466098
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: J David Allan
ISBN: 0412294303 9780412294303 0412355302 9780412355301
OCLC Number: 31855675
Description: xii, 388 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: 1. Channels and flow --
2. Streamwater ecology --
3. Physical factors of importance to the biota --
4. Autotrophs --
5. Heterotrophic energy sources --
6. Trophic relationships --
7. Predation and its consequences --
8. Herbivory --
9. Competitive interactions --
10. Drift --
11. Lotic communities --
12. Organic matter in lotic ecosystems --
13. Nutrient dynamics --
14. Modification of running waters by humankind.
Responsibility: J. David Allan.
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